Google's new CDM and SR3 Technologies Will Transform Your Photos

In order to create high-quality pictures, two new diffuse models are being developed: Image Super-Resolution (SR3) and Class Conditional Diffusion Models (CDM).

Ankit Awasthi

By Ankit Awasthi

Published on 3 Sep 2021 11:17 AM GMT

Googles new CDM and SR3 Technologies Will Transform Your Photos
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Google's new CDM and SR3 Technologies Will Transform Your Photos

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Dispersive models based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) have been developed by the search engine firm Google, which will help to enhance the overall quality of low-resolution pictures. In order to create high-quality pictures, two new diffuse models are being developed: Image Super-Resolution (SR3) and Class Conditional Diffusion Models (CDM). It is possible to utilize these models to enhance ancient family photographs, medical imaging systems, image categorization, and segmentation, among other applications.

A blog shared by the research team

SR3 and CDM diffuse models are explained in detail in a blog post published by academics from the Google Research team on Google's AI blog. This model is referred to as a super-resolution diffusion model because it is capable of converting low-quality pictures to higher resolution images while retaining the original data. In order to do this, the model makes use of current picture data and performs the required modifications to it.

How SR3 model works?

The image corruption technique, which adds noise to the high-resolution picture until only noise is left, was used to train the SR3 model. After switching to the SR3 model, it is possible to generate high-quality images from the noise. To be more precise, when sizing a picture, noisy pixels are included, resulting in bigger pixels and a decrease in image quality overall.

CDM and ImageNet

It has been trained with the assistance of ImageNet data to be able to generate high-resolution natural pictures using the CDM diffusion model. Due to the difficulty and high entropy of the Imagenet dataset, Google has created CDM as an example of many diffuse models in a single container. When dealing with this issue, several distinct creative models are created and combined to achieve various results. Gaussian Noise and Gaussian Blur are applied to the final output by the models in the chain to create high-quality pictures.

Google shared the processed photos

SR3 was used to scale a picture with a resolution of 64x64 pixels to a resolution of 1,024x1024 pixels, and the search engine firm has also provided several instances of this model, including one in which a photo with a resolution of 64x64 pixels was scaled to a resolution of 1,024x1024 pixels. The final result with a resolution of 1,024x1024 pixels is excellent, and the face features are apparent thanks to the use of this model. According to the firm, the model can scale up high-resolution facial and brain pictures by four and eight times, respectively.

AI tech will be the game-changer for future products

Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies developed by Google may be used in new products in the future. We've seen the company's usage of artificial intelligence in applications such as Google Lenses and Maps previously. Image confusion models may be used in a variety of situations ranging from safety to health, where better pictures might be beneficial. According to the latest reports, Google is working on enhancing its current technology while remaining mum about the situation.

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Ankit Awasthi

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